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Elisabeth Gareis

Elisabeth Gareis

Contributions

Elisabeth Gareis is an author of materials

Skills & Interests

  • Education (Expert)
    Elisabeth Gareis an Ed.D. in Foreign Language Education from the University of Georgia. She teaches intercultural communication, international communication, conflict resolution, and international business communication at Baruch College/CUNY, and coordinates ESL services in spoken English and the international faculty development program at the college. Her research interests include intercultural friendship, communication education, and oral communication proficiency for second language learners.

Education History

  • Ed.D. (08/1992)
    University of Georgia
  • M.A. (12/1986)
    University of Georgia
  • B.A. (12/1979)
    Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany

Publications

  • Wilkins, R., & Gareis, E. (2006). Emotion expression and the locution “I love you”: A cross-cultural study in International Journal of Intercultural Relations. (30, 51-75).
  • Zhu, Y., Gareis, E., O'Keefe Bazzoni, J., & Rolland, D. (2005). Focus on intercultural communication: A collaborative online project between New Zealand and New York in Business Communication Quarterly. (68 (1), 81-96).
  • Gareis, E. (2005). Pronunciation textbook discrepancies in English Teaching Forum. (43 (2), 18-23).

Positions

  • Associate Professor (08/1994 – Current) Baruch College/CUNY